Sunday, April 08, 2007

Est-ce que vous profitez du beau temps?

Yesterday, I went on a walk along the lake, taking advantage of this gorgeous weather. My companion was my iPod helping me catch up on "This American Life" episodes. My walk was longer than normal due to me having to weave in an out of the immense crowds of people who must be in town for the holidays. On my return home, I did a double take after spotting "23 degrees C" flashed upon one of the pharmacy signs. C'est pas vrai.

7 comments:

Sara said...

isn't it the most wonderful thing ever??? we had great weather in Neuchatel also and it makes me so happy!

The Late Bloomer said...

What a beautiful pic... Hope I can make it back to Annecy one day, it´s such a gorgeous place... I´m in Lille for the weekend and hoping to take advantage of the sun like you. I´ve been suffering with a cold/allergies, whatever for so long I´m so fed up with it and I´m determined to fight it all off and enjoy the weather, no matter what! I need to be in a better mood and really enjoy life and live in the moment a bit more...

ruthie said...

oui nous profitons du beau temps aussi, yay!!!!
thanks for saying you that you like my pouches. they're even more gorgeous in person I can't get enough, the fabric is so cute!!
have a happy day!

misschrisc said...

Great picture :) My husband and I met nine years ago at that restaurant on the corner (Le Perriere)! (you can read about it on my blog under the couplehood category because I've written about it a few times).

We had a ton of tourists this weekend too. The weather was soooo nice.

Samantha said...

I seriously have to make it to Annency some day, I've seen so many beautiful pictures of it lately!!

in the Alps said...

What a perfect way to enjoy the weather. Last night I tried to watch the first episode of this American Life from the link on their website but was blocked by Showtime because I am outside of the states. Grrr. The clips all look wonderful.

African Kelli said...

I love listening to "This American Life." What a fun way to explore a new place and catch up with home!
Spring in France. C'est un vie increible!

Wow. That is horrible French.